Edinburgh’s first Food Growing Strategy, Growing Locally, has just been launched. The Strategy was developed following a citywide consultation and in collaboration with Edible Edinburgh. It has three aims: To encourage food growing through creating more land for growing and encouraging more people to get involved in food growing in the city To encourage people to […]
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On Tuesday, Edible Edinburgh hosted its first citywide public facing event to widen participation and engagement and encourage collaboration across the city. The event was opened by Edible Edinburgh chair, Councillor George Gordon, followed by inspiring and insightful presentations from Sustainable Food Places network members Bristol Food Network (Danni Rochman) and Brighton & Hove Food […]
Edible Edinburgh partners, Earth in Kind (previously known as Leith Community Crops in Pots) has received funding for its Nourishing Leith Hub. Earth in Kind is a grassroots organisation based in a densely populated and deprived urban area. The organisation aims to advance environmental protection and foster well-being by creating access to nature and good […]
Spring into Action: Good to Grow webinar & networking session: 24 Feb, 10-11.30 Join Capital Growth and Good to Grow, Sustain’s community food growing networks in London and across the UK, for a webinar to catch up with members on four key themes; engaging with young people, keeping communities connected, training and employment pathways and […]
Our partners at Changeworks are offering free training for employers, community groups and voluntary organisations for their employees, members and volunteers. The online Love Food Hate Waste Workshop can help empower people to save up to £437 a year by reducing food waste at home and reduce their environmental impact. Delivered by expert advisors, each session lasts […]